The Way of the Kingdom is asking - not demanding, not insisting, not "shoving it down our listeners throat." But asking! This is how God works with us; and how He has called us to work with others; this is the way of Love! It's also how God invites us to approach Him: not storming the throne; but sitting in His lap, making our requests known. Topics: Ask, Seek, Knock, Father
On our journey with God we often are mistaken about who does the finding. God found us first not the other way around us. This morning we will explore this idea that God first found us. Topics: Seek, Find, Found
As a business owner/manager, having your sales revenue for your products for a period you may want at times to know how much sales revenue would be generated for another period. Noting that sales revenue is a function of unit price and quantity sold, you could thus consider either an increase in quantity sold or an increase in unit selling price in order to see how much revenue would be generated. Excel’s built in function Goal Seek gets the job done. Suppose that you have a product that... Topics: Excel, Goal_Seek
It's a question we all ask: What exactly happens when we pray? In a word: Much! Not only does the Bible tell us that God answers, it goes on to reveal that He assures and acts. So go ahead: Ask! Seek! Knock! God longs to respond. (Please Note: This message begins at 06:26 on the recording and is the kickoff to our annual week of prayer) Topics: Prayer, Ask, Seek, Knock, Assurance
Sermon number two in a five part series based on Matthew 6:33-34. What does it mean to seek? What is Faith? It is indeed a simple yet difficult discussion. Simple because faith is submission to the thing or person in whom you put your trust but difficult because of the vast opinions about the definition of faith. Topics: Seek, Faith, Discipleship, God, Spirituality
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